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Species Limnoporus dissortis

 
 
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Classification and phylogeny of the Holarctic water strider genus Limnoporus Stål (Hemiptera, Gerridae)
By Andersen N.M., Spence J.R.
Canadian J. Zool. 70: 753-785, 1992

The water-striders of Ontario (Heteroptera: Gerridae)
By Cheng L., Fernando C.H.
Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publications, 23 pp., 1970

The Gerridae or water striders of Oregon and Washington (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
By Stonedahl G.M., Lattin J.D.
Oregon State U., Tech. Bull. 144, 36 pp., 1982

What do we know about the phylogeny of the semi-aquatic bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Gerromorpha)?
By Damgaard J.
Entomologica Americana 118: 81-98, 2012
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Cladistics, historical biogeography and a check list of gerrine water striders (Gerridae) of the World
By N.M. Andersen
Steenstrupia 21: 93–123, 1995

Evolution of the semi-aquatic bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Gerromorpha) with a re-interpretation of the fossil record
By Jakob Damgaard
Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 48(2): 251-268, 2008
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The Gerromorpha probably extends back into the Triassic. All families were present in the Mesozoic, and most (all?) extant subfamilies were also present at that time.

Hemiptera from southwestern Texas.
By Barber, H.G.
Science Bulletin of the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1(9): 255-289., 1906
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Barber, H.G. 1906. Hemiptera from southwestern Texas. Science Bulletin of the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1(9): 255-289. (Full Text)

During two successive summers (1903-1904) Mr. Carl Schaeffer of the Brooklyn Museum has collected insects for the Museum in the vicinity of Brownsville, Texas. The Hemiptera were placed in my hands to report upon and this paper is a result of my study of the Heteroptera.

True Bugs (Heteroptera) of the Yukon
By G.G.E. Scudder
Biological Survey of Canada, 1997
In H.V. Danks and J.A. Downes (Eds.), Insects of the Yukon. pp. 241 – 336. Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods), Ottawa. 1034 pp.

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